Horror grips a family on a journey toward a better life in Nothing Left to Fear. This new film stars Clancy Brown, Anne Heche, James Tupper and Jennifer Stone. Nothing Left to Fear is scheduled to be released on October 4th 2013 and was inspired by the legend of Stull, Kansas. Little did Wendy (Heche) and her husband Dan (Tupper) know that as they moved in the town of Stull, a horrific series of events awaits. They will be left struggling to overcome this horror and make sure that their family is safe. Check out the latest buzz on Nothing Left to Fear below:
“Former Guns N’ Roses Guitarist Slash Features Original Soundtrack for Nothing Left to Fear
Fear is the most primitive emotion in existence that seems to control our actions and define the way we relate to the world, each other, and ourselves. Horror films have been playing on our psychological conceptions of fear, since the earliest days of modern cinema. They engage with our minds to create dark landscapes of human sentiment, evoking death and dismay. And this is precisely why Slash, a roaring rock’ roll icon, has found himself falling down the existential rabbit hole of cinematic horror with his brave new media adventure — a motion picture titled Nothing Left to Fear, that the veteran guitarist both scored and produced (alongside Rob Eric and Michael Williams).
Nestled in the back of his dimly lit home recording studio in Los Angeles, Slash took a break from his constant touring to discuss his creative influences in horror, the overarching presence of fear in society and the process of making a film. Though his rock star handle is Slash (born Saul Hudson) and his production company is called Slasher Films, his debut cinematic effort is ironically not a slasher film. Far from it. Written by Jonathan Mills and directed by Anthony Leonardi III, Nothing Left to Fear is a study in character, storytelling and suspense. “It’s a simple story where less is more,” he explains. “It’s not an action movie. We’re exploring the environment of the macabre — of what’s in the dark. What we can’t see. That’s what’s intriguing about it. Chainsaws are just brutal. I wanted to expose the weird twisted nature of the characters and society. I wanted to do something that goes back to what I think is really scary.”
Growing up in England, Slash was introduced to the distinct subculture of horror at a very young age. “My mom and dad got me into horror films as early as I can remember,” he reflects. “My dad started giving me horror literature like Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft and Ray Bradbury. When he read me a story, it would become really intense. He played me the Orson Welles War of the Worlds tapes. They blew my mind.” This was just the beginning. When the young musician moved to L.A. his mom turned him onto a wide array of visionary filmmakers that included Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock and George A. Romero. “These directors were creating classics, really well told stories with tangible characters and villains that were something that would keep you up all night,” reflects Slash, who confesses a deep affection for Night of the Living Dead, The Omen and Godzilla. He also recalls spending hours in front of the TV watching old Twilight Zone and Outer Limits episodes.”
The rest of the article can be read at The Huffington Post.
Nothing Left to Fear is directed by Anthony Leonardi III.
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